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Our Litigation Group has one of the preeminent trial practice teams in this region with an unparalleled depth of lawyers who try sophisticated cases in state and federal courts throughout the country.  This level of trial experience creates outstanding judgment and perspective in managing litigation.  Our litigators are client-driven and always seek the most pragmatic, cost-effective solution for clients.  We achieve the best possible results at reasonable costs, whether through an early settlement or after a lengthy trial.

One Office By Choice — We are often asked how we can compete with multi-city, multi-office law firms for sophisticated legal work in the region and around the country.  The answer: quite well.

Multiple offices equate to higher overhead costs, which are passed through to clients in the form of higher billing rates.  At KMK, we have all of our personnel in one office, allowing us to minimize fixed costs, which translates to lower fees compared to most other firms.

Rather than invest in bricks and mortar office space, KMK has invested in technology – virtual offices, proprietary extranet capabilities, and technologies which make us more efficient and allow us to communicate effectively with clients with less wasted resources.  We travel whenever and wherever we are needed, and we lower our costs and bridge distances through the effective use of technology.

This strategy has worked for KMK and our clients, and we have been fortunate to represent clients in legal work across the country, giving us experience and unparalleled depth in business and class action litigation.  Top to bottom, our litigation group has more practical lawyering experience than most multi-office firms, which translates to added value at every level of attorney work.

Our clients agree that KMK provides the same or better quality service as "big city," multi-office law firms, at rates that our clients appreciate.  KMK:  National Footprint, Midwest Value.

Representative Clients

  • Cintas Corporation
  • Fifth Third Bank
  • General Cable Corp.
  • Rumpke Companies, Inc.

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Experience

  • April Westfall, et al. v. Kendle International, Inc. and Kendle International CPU LLC
  • Charles Kromer, Jr. v. Fifth Third Bancorp and Fifth Third Securities, Inc.
  • Cintas Corporation v. UNITE HERE, et al.
  • Jackson Chin, et al. v. Republic Indemnity Company of America
  • Matthew Marks, et al. v. Infinity Insurance Company
  • Mirna E. Serrano, et al. v. Cintas Corporation
  • Paul Veliz, et al. v. Cintas Corporation
  • Richard L. Phillips v. Tradesman International, Inc.

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